To introduce noise and interference into text repetition may be an interesting approach. To fold lines back into the body of text begins to create points of disturbance in the writing and reading. It acts as a disruption or interruption – reminded here of David Hall’s amazing TV Interruptions from 1971 – causing new connections to be formed. To introduce noise and interference into text repetition may be an interesting approach. Like the bundles of dust collecting in a corner where points shift and fold into new proximities the lines of repeated text begin to force new connections of concepts. A shifting resonance of ideas. With repetition comes difference – Deleuze. There are no two identical readings of the same line. There are no two identical readings of the same line. Lines from Tim Ingold. A shifting resonance of ideas. This line is an interference in the writing and reading – it acts to disrupt both author and audience. To code some process of this repetition, to excite the writing process with a challenge or game to compete with the repetition. A shifting resonance of ideas. To introduce noise and interference into text repetition may be an interesting approach. Lifting and placing text across the page is a cut up.
In preparing devices for performance I have begun thinking of Gilbert Simondon and beginning to realise his influence over many of the phrases used in this sprawling text so far. Initially, thoughts were based around his writing on ‘transduction’ – use of physical transducers on wooden surfaces is part of the development work I am doing on the drone machines. Feeding the audio signal back into the materials that are generating the sound but through physical vibration – this is still sound and can be heard by our ears but exploring a more visceral connection the materials. ‘Transduction is a process where a disparity or a difference is topologically or temporally restructured across some interface. It mediates different organizations of energy.’ (Simondon, Transductions) Don’t want this to merge into interface studies. The use of transducers in the work brings into question all materials at use – it engages them all in sound / noise making practice. All in the aim for stable resonance between emerging sound and parts – as the mathematician Rene Thom stated ‘All interaction rest, in the last analysis, upon a phenomenon of resonance.’ Rene thom has now appeared again in The Birth of Physics by Serres – first encountered him through Deleuze and Guattari.